ADVERTISER readers can join in all the fun at Cannon Hall Farm this half term and get £10 off a family ticket.
Cannon Hall Farm is a world of animal magic where thousands of baby animal are born every year.
Enjoy the excitement of placing a bet on the sheep and ferret racing and learn how milk is produced during cow and goat milking demonstrations.
Join in as staff feed the meerkats and learn all about the shire horse’s farming history in daily talks.
You will find a wide variety of animals from rare breeds of cows, pigs, donkeys, ponies and sheep to more exotic species like llamas, alpacas and our rare breed Swiss Valais sheep.
The farmyard barns are all undercover and give visitors a unique insight into modern farming.
Cannon Hall carry on everyday farming life – including tractor and machinery work – as visitors watch from purpose-built viewing platforms above the animals.
The spectacular indoor play area, The Hungry Llama, is one of the biggest and best in the region.
It’s a hive of exciting play opportunities with nine dramatic slides designed to entertain the most adventurous children.
Great food is served in the 350-seat restaurant where adults can relax while the kids play.
The huge outdoor play areas are some of the best in the North of England.
There is adventure everywhere with fantastic slides and towns for the kids to let off steam.
The amazing reptile house means visitors can get up close and personal with a variety of critters.
There are handling sessions every day where visitors can meet, pet and learn all about the exotic residents.
From Unicorn Parties to Little Mix tributes, Santa’s Workshops to Pumpkin Festivals, pantos to dinosaurs, Cannon Hall’s event programme is exciting and varied, offering great value days out.
Explore more at www.cannonhallfarm.co.uk
The family ticket offer runs until March 30, 2019.
See this week's Rotherham Advertiser for more details.
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